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Psychosocial mechanisms underlying the emergence of social anxiety in youth

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posted on 2012-02-01, 00:00 authored by Thane Camwell
This research illustrates that social anxiety likely emerges in middle childhood in light of developments in social perspectiove-taking ability. Once these abilities develop children experience social anxiety when self-monitoring and doubting their social abilities. This occurs even in children who are relatively well integrated and happy with their social relationships.

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xiii, 279 p. : illustrations : Bibliographical references

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eng

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Research doctorate

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DPsyc

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D Mellor David

Faculty

Faculty of Health

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School of Psychology

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